This paper proposed as a new of compact Microstrip antennas operating at (28GHz), which is used for 5G-wireless communication device. The procedure is done with the help of CST Computer Simulation Technology microwave studio version -20 as well as MATLAB version -19a. For this purpose a copper patch with substrate named a Rogers RT5880 which has (Ɛr=2.2) and (δ=0.009) is used as a dielectric material between the patch and ground plan. The results of simulation, reveals that the optimized dimensions of the patch which resonate at (28 GHz). The results in this work indicate that the best value of return loss (S11) to (-33.225) dB which is recorded for TMSA as well as Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR) is equal to (1.044) whereas, the measurement values of bandwidth, gain, eﬃciency and directivity have been recorded in RMSA, which are (0.967) GHz, (6.63) dB, (90), and (7.09)dB, respectively. In addition antennas achieved during design represent a compact and simple antenna in shape and they have an expected parameter value. The results simulation is fundamental for fabrication antenna arrays along with high directivity, gain and radiation patterns.
Microstrip Antenna; Gain; Directivity; Bandwidth; Radiation Pattern; Return Loss
Received date: June 05, 2020
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Ezzulddin S K, Hasan S O, Hasan M M (2020) Design and simulation of Microstrip Patch Antenna for 5G Application using CST studio. OSP J Phy Astronomy. 1: JPA-1-104
Saman Khabbat Ezzulddin
Department of Physics, Collage of Science, Salahaddin University, Iraq, email@example.com